SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwire - May 18, 2010) -  According to the American Automobile Association (AAA), 38.8 million Americans are expected to travel this Memorial Day holiday. As 84% of those travelers hit the road and 11% fly the friendly skies, the majority of travelers carry a minimum of three chargers for their laptops, phones, iPods and other devices that take up valuable suitcase space. Capable of simultaneously charging two electronic devices, the iGo Charge Anywhere and the iGo Laptop Travel Charger with iGo Green Technology allow travelers to pack light and save energy as they travel this Memorial Day holiday.

Perfect for travelers who find themselves outdoors over the holiday, the iGo Charge Anywhere is a wall charger and backup battery in one unit that simultaneously charges two devices, whether you're near an outlet or on the go. With collapsible wall blades that easily fold away, the iGo Charge Anywhere stores enough energy in its integrated lithium-ion battery to provide up to two full charges to most mobile devices before you need to recharge it. Using iGo's interchangeable power tips, the iGo Charge Anywhere is compatible with nearly every mobile device on the market, helping travelers stay connected and entertained virtually anywhere!

As more travelers stay at eco-friendly hotels this Memorial Day weekend, many will want to pack an eco-friendly universal laptop charger in their suitcase as they look to save energy while away from home. The award-winning iGo Laptop Travel Charger with iGo Green Technology automatically reduces Vampire Power by up to 85% and can power a laptop, plus another low power device at the same time from the wall, car or airplane. With no need for a voltage converter when traveling with the iGo Laptop Travel Charger, iGo makes it possible to charge the whole family's devices wherever their holiday travels take them.

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Heather Gordon
The Rogers Group